Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Anglicity's 2015 Top 10 Blogs

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Anglicity's Top Ten

An increase in blogging was Anglicity's New Year's Resolution for 2015. November seems a good time to have a recap. Below is Anglicity's top ten as selected by On the Bridge readers in 2015.

1.  Visible translators: A new business model
A very popular blog with freelance translators about working with direct clients.
(See February 2015)

2.  A pan-European agreement on translation working practices?
Summary of presentation at French CNET Conference.
(April 2015)

3.  A Rosy Review
Something a little bit different - a book review with horticulture, history and the role of women in society intertwined.
(See January 2015)

4.  Hitting your Target Audience with Blogging
A blog about blogging animated with a ten pin bowling image.
(See January 2015)

5.  A long open letter to SDL
Write-up of SDL's London Roadshow with a well-received, possibly controversial discussion of a long-overdue change in translation pricing.
(See November 2015)

6.  Is the British Linguist endangered?
What happens to the British linguist and understanding of other cultures in Britain if we rely on the rest of the world speaking English?
(See April 2015)

7.  Sales at the French CNET Conference
A summary of the French translation companies' March conference in Paris with a focus on sales. 
(See April 2015)

8.  Japanese Tea Ceremony
A reflective cultural blog for the 70th Anniversary of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
(See August 2015)

9.  Overcoming the "Curse" of  Technical Knowledge
Like origami, simplicity isn't as simple as it looks. Technical experts need help to adapt copy for non-technical audiences. 
(See March 2015)

10.  On Round Tables
A blog on the equality of negotiating power in international relations inspired by a visit to the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris.
(See April 2015)

If you missed any of the above posts, go to the Popular Posts or the Archive section in the right-hand column. Enjoy! Please come back to read future blogs.

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